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Ridge Racer Previews - PSV

Ridge Racer
  • Publisher: Namco
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  • Developer: Cellius Inc.
  • Release Date:Feb 22, 2012
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone
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Game Description:With Ridge Racer, players can expect high-speed drifting at break-neck speeds in high-performance racing machines with exciting new gameplay additions. Drift racing fans looking for edge-of-your-seat action will be able to truly feel the on-screen drama through the revolutionary features of the PS Vita using the “near” and Wi-Fi functionality that will allow players to instantly race against rivals from around the world in real-time.
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    Ridge Racer Unbounded Hands-On Impressions -- Speed and Destruction in the Streets of Shatter Bay

    Why just race when you can put your need for speed to good, destructive use? Glad you asked, because we sought to answer this very question during our latest hands-on session with Bugbear Entertainment's arcade racer.

    Posted: Oct 10, 2011


  • Ridge Racer "Machine" Tokyo Game Show 2011 Trailer

    Posted: September 15, 2011

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